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Frontotemporal Dementia: An Unusual Cause

The International Journal of Neuroscience

Dec 10, 2019

Abhishek PathakDeepika Joshi

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Intracerebral pneumocephalus is commonly associated with head and facial trauma, ear infection, tumors and surgical interventions. Osteomas are relatively common, benign tumors that occur mainly in the paranasal sinuses, the frontal sinus in particular. Pneumocephalus has been commonly ...read more

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Frontotemporal Dementia: An Unusual Cause

The International Journal of Neuroscience

Dec 10, 2019

Abhishek PathakDeepika Joshi

PMID: 31814503

DOI: 10.1080/00207454.2019.1702538

Abstract

Intracerebral pneumocephalus is commonly associated with head and facial trauma, ear infection, tumors and surgical interventions. Osteomas are relatively common, benign tumors that occur mainly in the paranasal sinuses, the frontal sinus in particular. Pneumocephalus has been commonly ...read more

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